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Iran's pro-government counter-protesters try to change narrative

2 monthes ago   |   By Al Jazeera

Government supporters have taken to the streets recently amid widespread protests following the death of Mahsa Amini.
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Xander Bogaerts not re-signing with Red Sox, according to reports

Xander Bogaerts not re-signing with Red Sox, according to reports

Multiple outlets are reporting that the All-Star shortstop is going to sign an 11-year, $280 million contract with the San Diego Padres. Read more ...

Dog owner fights off attack on pet by mountain lion P-22 in Silver Lake

A mountain lion believed to be the famous P-22 attacked and injured a small dog in Silver Lake until he was scared off by the pet's owner. Read more ...

Too good to be true: Man buys Rolls-Royce for $50k. CHP Yuba Sutter learns...

Too good to be true: Man buys Rolls-Royce for $50k. CHP Yuba Sutter learns it was stolen

DMV investigators noticed that the public VIN did not match another VIN. CHP was called in to help, and they noted that the VIN on the dash was "faker than reality shows." Read more ...

Iran conducts first protest-related execution

The person was convicted of injuring a security guard with a long knife, semi-official Tasnim news agency reports. Read more ...

No Peace on Putin's Terms

Why Russia must be pushed out of Ukraine. Read more ...

AUKUS military chiefs discuss nuclear sub plan

AUKUS military chiefs discuss nuclear sub plan

The US, UK and Australia discussed regional “deterrence” days after Beijing blasted AUKUS over “nuclear proliferation” US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said major progress has... Read more ...

Britain Is Miserable, but Britons Are Fighting Back

There's an alternative to suffering. Read more ...

FTX founder Bankman-Fried facing market rigging probe: Report

Investigation is focused on whether Bankman-Fried manipulated the market for two cryptocurrencies, New York Times says. Read more ...

Stanford study explores how dams, reservoirs could benefit global food supply

Stanford researchers believe that if properly managed, the world's reservoirs could store more than half of the water needed to irrigate crops without impacting their other uses. Read more ...

West Hollywood approves ordinance requiring gender-neutral restrooms in...

The West Hollywood City Council unanimously approved an ordinance requiring some commercial businesses to have gender-neutral restrooms. Read more ...